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The cause of Monday, July 16 fire at the NYSEG operations building in the village has yet to be determined. The fire caused $1.5 million... [Read More]
It was as if on cue. Just as "Taps" was sounding, the fire alarm went off at the Attica Fire Department. At that same time,... [Read More]
During a public meeting of the Sheldon Planning Board on Wednesday, July 11 at the town hall in Sheldon, many questions were raised with respect... [Read More]
With 700 active farms in Wyoming County, agriculture is a prime mover to the economic and social fabric of the county. In its effort to... [Read More]
While Danielle Herrick says she doesn't necessarily want to be a hands-on farmer, she is passionate about the industry she loves. So much so, she... [Read More]
Heather Biondolillo's dream was to bring an uplifting fitness environment to Perry and make an impact on the community — and she has done just... [Read More]
Built in 1882, it was once said to be the backbone of Perry's industrial life. ... [Read More]
There is no such thing as a typical day when it comes to farming. There is a theory, though, of what is going to be... [Read More]
For residents in Wyoming County, one didn't have to travel far to find a speakeasy or a brothel during prohibition, one merely had to travel... [Read More]
Following a four-day jury trial, Rochester resident Wendell L. Fuqua was convicted of his fourth felony Thursday, May 31 in Wyoming County Court. [Read More]
The biggest challenge she faced was taking the leap, and working with New York State to start the business. However, she was determined to be... [Read More]
He didn't want to look for another job. It was really that simple. However, when Giuseppe Gentile first thought about it, he didn't think he... [Read More]
American journalist Sebastian Junger once said, "Soldiers themselves are reluctant to evaluate the costs of war, but someone must. That evaluation, ongoing and unadulterated by... [Read More]
Concrete and steel do not make a community, it's people do. They are united in a way to make their village or town a better... [Read More]
Very often people will use substances to try and alleviate or manage mental health symptoms, says Eric Dryja, managing director of clinical services with Spectrum... [Read More]
Forty-four years ago, John Gillen was a graduate of Warsaw High School.Twenty-three years ago he agreed to help a friend with a scholarship program.Just the... [Read More]
There is really no easy way to describe it, a chunk of his little face was missing. ... [Read More]
Even after more than 2,600 flights, Sean Quigley still gets a thrill out of flying. [Read More]
The church had witnessed many baptisms, weddings and funerals during its 158 years standing as providence in Portageville. And though the building hasn't seen a... [Read More]
Jesse Cole doesn't see owning his own business as a challenge. Well, he does, he says, but in a good way. He'd also rather be... [Read More]